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Michael Conrad as Uncle "Cas" Stivic on "All in the Family" in Season 2.
|Owner of florist shop in Chicago|
|Jovial like uncle of Mike who visits the Bunker home to participate in the marrying of Mike and Gloria|
|Related to:||Michael Stivic (nephew) |
Gloria Bunker Stivic (niece in-law)
Joey Stivic (great nephew)
Micheal's father (brother, deceased)
Michael's mother (sister-in-law, deceased)
Alexsander "Alex" Stivic (brother)
|Appeared on:||All In The Family|
|Episodes appeared in:||"Flashback: Mike and Gloria's Wedding (Part 1)" and "Flashback: Mike and Gloria's Wedding (Part 2)" in Season 2|
|Character played by:||Michael Conrad|
Casimir Stivic was an uncle of Michael Stivic who appears in two early episodes of All In The Family the episodes "Flashback: Mike and Gloria's Wedding (Part 1)" and "Flashback: Mike and Gloria's Wedding (Part 2)" in Season 2. The part of Uncle Cas is played by actor Michael Conrad, who is well recognized to TV viewers for his role as Sergeant Phil Esterhaus in the NBC-TV crime/police drama series Hill Street Blues.
An ex-Marine lieutenant turned florist, Cas raised Mike from a very young age, with his parents having been killed in a car crash Cas also has another brother named Alex. When Cas comes to Queens to attend the wedding between Mike and Gloria, he greets Archie with Colombian cigars as a present. Cas, unlike Archie, is generally very supportive of any of his nephew Mike's endeavors, and also, generally approves of Mike and Gloria's wish to marry, even greeting them with several wedding gifts as well, Cas, himself being Polish, does the best that he can to warm up to the bigoted thinking Archie, who often refers to Polish people/Polish-Americans as "Polaks" which he always calls Mike derisively, and in the same time, tries to quell the tension between the liberal Mike, his nephew and the ultra conservative Archie's views on race and ethnicity.